overview on Pioneer`s services and enterprise divisions

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overview on Pioneer`s services and enterprise divisions
OVERVIEW
PIONEER HUMAN SERVICES
PROVIDING
A CHANCE
FOR CHANGE
Research shows that the keys to long-term success
and stability for individuals with addiction and criminal
histories are: treatment, housing and employment. For
over 50 years, Pioneer Human Services has helped people
reentering society from prison or jail as well as those who
are overcoming chemical addiction and mental illness.
Since being founded in 1963, Pioneer
has expanded from a single halfway
house in Seattle to an organization that
offers an integrated array of treatment,
housing, employment and training
services in nearly 60 locations across
Washington State.
Unlike most nonprofits, Pioneer is a social
enterprise organization that operates a
diverse line of businesses to provide onthe-job training and work experience for
the people it serves.
COUNSELING & TREATMENT
Pioneer provides a variety of specialized
residential and outpatient treatment and
support services.
Inpatient / residential - As the only
involuntary treatment provider in the state,
Pioneer specializes in treating people who
are battling chronic addiction and have been
unsuccessful in other treatment programs. This
inpatient chemical dependency treatment is
offered through Pioneer Center North in Sedro
Woolley and Pioneer Center East in Spokane.
An inter-disciplinary team coordinates a
comprehensive range of services to meet
this population’s unique needs.
Pioneer provides for the safe withdrawal
from alcohol and other drugs through
inpatient detoxification treatment and also
offers a mobile outreach team in Skagit
County to intervene and help individuals
avert crises.
Outpatient - Intensive outpatient chemical
dependency treatment is provided through
counseling centers in Seattle and Tacoma.
Services are designed to promote recovery
through a client-centered, strength-based
and holistic approach.
Mental health counseling is also offered
at the Seattle counseling center.
Co-occurring disorders Recognizing that mental
illness and chemical
dependency often
go hand-in-hand,
Pioneer provides
the only long-term
residential cooccurring treatment
program in Washington
to treat both issues
simultaneously.
PIONEER
SUPPORTS INDIVIDUALS’
LONG-TERM SUCCESS
THROUGH THE INTEGRATION
OF TREATMENT, HOUSING
AND EMPLOYMENT
SERVICES
HOUSING
Pioneer owns and operates more than 850 housing units in King, Pierce, Spokane and
Whatcom Counties.
Transitional housing – All Pioneer
transitional units are dedicated to clean
and sober living. Staff provide intake and
placement, random drug and alcohol
tests, and act as a liaison with other case
managers, counselors and corrections
staff. We offer adult housing in Seattle and
family-friendly housing in Spokane and
Tacoma. Veterans housing is also provided
with case management for addiction and
mental health issues, and vocational/
employment services to help residents
join the workforce.
Permanent housing – Individuals seeking
safe, affordable living options can choose
from properties located in Seattle,
Spokane, Auburn or Bellingham. Families
are welcome at our properties in West
Seattle and Auburn that include recreation
space and playgrounds. In addition, Pioneer
has a residential assisted living facility
in the Spokane area for adults who have
chronic mental illness, developmental or
physical disabilities, and/or substance
abuse issues.
WHO WE SERVE
RACE
62%
17%
08%
06%
03%
04%
WHITE/
CAUCASIAN
GENDER
WHO WE
HELP
69%
BLACK/
AFRICAN AMERICAN
%
26
74
%
HISPANIC
AGE
55%
ALASKA NATIVE/
AMERICAN INDIAN
ASIAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
OTHER RACE
78%
45%
<20: 10%
21–30: 24%
31–40: 25%
JUVENILE PROGRAMS
Pioneer also offers a variety of programs to support
troubled youth.
Selma R. Carson Home is a secure facility for
undocumented and unaccompanied male youth awaiting
an immigration hearing in federal court.
Youth Services include three male-only residential
facilities for youths with a history of extreme behavioral
issues. In-home services are also provided to help
stabilize families in crisis.
Spruce Street Secure Crisis Residential Center serves
youth who are in violation of a curfew ordinance,
are found by a police officer to be in dangerous
circumstances or have an open run report. Extended
case management services are also available.
41–50: 21%
51–60: 15%
61+: 05%
31%
HAVE A CRIMINAL
HISTORY
HAVE RECEIVED
CHEMICAL
DEPENDENCY
TREATMENT
HAVE RECEIVED
MENTAL HEALTH
SERVICES
HAVE MINOR
CHILDREN
HAVE LESS THAN
A HIGH SCHOOL
EDUCATION
SUPERVISION
& REINTEGRATION
Pioneer opened Washington’s first communitybased work release facility in 1971.
Today, Pioneer is the largest provider of residential
reentry in the state. The programs serve as a
bridge from incarceration to life in the community
and help individuals with a successful transition
through an array of services focused on finding
and retaining employment, reconnecting with
families, and overcoming substance abuse and
other issues to become productive members
of society.
Pioneer administers work release facilities for
state and federal inmates.
EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING
Pioneer offers a range of training opportunities to help its clients overcome
employment barriers, and find and retain jobs. Individuals also learn the skills
needed to maintain a drug-free lifestyle, and make better decisions at work
and within their personal lives.
Roadmap To Success
training program
Soft-skills development focuses on
how to make good decisions and be
a good employee. Skill development
exercises include dealing with
authority, time management,
professional communication
and conflict resolution.
Job-search readiness focuses on
the skills needed to look for work,
including developing job search
strategies, navigating questions
about their criminal history, writing
targeted resumes and cover letters,
and interviewing effectively.
Occupational training
These programs focus on job-specific
skill development and students
earn various certifications in one of
Pioneer’s primary lines of business
including manufacturing, food service,
and warehouse and transportation
logistics. The goal is for graduates to
gain the skills needed to obtain entrylevel work within the industry in which
they trained.
Apprenticeship
Opportunities are available to support
employees interested in earning a
master machinist certificate through
advanced aerospace training.
Graduation Rate from
Roadmap to Success:
85%
Graduates Who Advanced
to Occupational Training:
68
Job Placements:
LINES OF BUSINESS
Pioneer is a social enterprise
organization. It operates several
businesses that provide training
opportunities for clients and generate
revenue to help fund its social mission.
Food services – Pioneer operates
a high quality institutional kitchen
that prepares and delivers meals to
extended care facilities, day nutrition
centers and work release facilities in
the Puget Sound region.
Manufacturing & assembly –
Pioneer Industries is a build-to-print
manufacturer that specializes in sheet
metal fabrication and aerospace
precision machining. With three
manufacturing plants, Pioneer
Industries offers customers full
manufacturing services to include
laser and water jet cutting, CNC
punching, shearing, forming, welding,
hardware insertion, assembly, wet
paint and powder coat finishing,
and silk-screening.
Additionally, Pioneer’s food buying
service sells canned and dry grocery
products to non-profit and government
organizations at prices substantially
below wholesale.
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Pest detection–Pioneer also has
specially trained dogs and handlers
to assess the severity and pinpoint
the location of bedbugs in housing
complexes, private homes and
businesses.
161
7440 West Marginal Way S.
Seattle, WA 98108
206-768-1990
www.PioneerHumanServices.org

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